The plaintiff in this employment discrimination case under FEHA adequately exhausted her administrative remedies by filing a charge with DFEH which named her managers, supervisors and coworkers as well as the fictitious business name of her employer.  The fact that the DFEH charge did not correctly identify the true corporate name of the defendant employer was no reason to bar the suit did not prevent her charge from satisfying the administrative exhaustion requirement, particularly as DFEH issued her a right to sue letter the same day she submitted the charge.